Ms. Angela L. Todd
Ms. Todd assists patrons with academic research and portrait requests, strategizes for online finding aids, and does long-term project planning. In addition to her regular duties as archivist, she occasionally curates archival exhibits such as Fragments from the Botanical Frontier and Botanists' Art and is currently part of a small curatorial team collaborating on an exhibit about women science illustrators to hang at the Linda Hall Library in Kansas City.
Ms. Todd is currently a doctoral candidate in Carnegie Mellon's English Department. Her fields of specialization are 17th- and 18th-century British literature and culture, specifically early science and museum history. Her dissertation examines the relationship between textuality and British curiosity collections. Ms. Todd holds a bachelor's degree in English and women's studies from the University of Southern Maine and a master's degree in literature from Binghamton University.